How dark skin became legal online

How dark skin became legal online



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WHO IS RASHIDA STROBER, THE DARK SKIN ACTIVIST?

Everybody wants to know who is Rashida Strober and what’s this dark skin thing she started? Well, Rashida Strober, the world’s first and only dark skin activist is the first woman in history to create a movement only for dark skin. Rashida Strober is the creator, the originator, the architect of the first platform in history for dark skin. She created this dark skin platform in the year 1998 and called it “dark skinned activism” and called herself “the dark skin activist”. Since 1998 Rashida Strober, the world’s first and only dark skin activist built the dark skin activist platform into a global brand:

RASHIDA STROBER IS THE ORIGINATOR/CREATOR/ARCHITECT OF THE DARK SKIN PLATFORM:

• Rashida Strober is the first black woman and dark skinned woman to make her dark skin the focal point of her career
• 1998 Rashida gave birth to dark skin activism with a speech about the dark skin model Alek Wek given at saint Petersburg College
• 1998 to 2005 Rashida served as activist in her community while continuing to develop creative works around only dark skin
• 2006 Rashida created the dark skin activist tour featuring her one woman play about dark skin which is the first of its kind called, A dark skin woman’s revenge
• 2009 Rashida built the first dark skin website
• 2009 Rashida brought the first dark skin platform to social media by creating the first channel for dark skin on YouTube and social media
• 2012 Rashida created the first dark skin show that focused only on the issues of dark skin called A dark skin woman’s revenge
• 2011 Rashida created the concept/ paradigm of darkism and wrote and published the book Darkism: 25 ways dark skin people are discriminated against in 2016. The book can be found at Queenofdarkskin.com or Amazon
• In 2013 Rashida wrote the first motivational book for dark skin females called, “ How to be the hottest dark skin chick on the planet” The book can be found at
Queenofdarkskin.com or on Amazon
• 2013 Rashida made history appearing on TV as the first to bring the dark skin platform to the masses by being the first to bring the “bullied for a dark skin girl narrative” to TV
• 2014 Rashida brought dark skin counseling online and has since counseled countless people on colorism and darksim. She is the first person in history to do colorism and darkism counseling
• 2014 Rashida introduced the dark skin activism platform to the Tommy Sotomayor Show which was previously unheard of
• Since 2014 Rashida set the colorism debate standards that all others have followed by being the first to debate countless men and women on social media in regards to colorism and darkism. Youtube Rashida Strober interviews.
• 2015 The dark skin activist brand became famous and known to millions due to the Kendrick Lamar social media post that Rashida wrote in regards to what she viewed as colorism and darkism in Kendrick’s mate selection
• 2015 people all over the world wrote about The dark skin activist, Rashida Strober including The Breakfast Club’s, Charlemagne making Rashida “Donkey of the day” for being the dark skin activist and calling out Kendrick Lamar’s colorism and darkism.
• 2017 Rashida made history as an opponent in the first colorism/ darkism debate with another black woman on Saneter TV
• Rashida Strober is the first artist to focus her work only on dark skin
• Rashida Strober is the first author to write about only dark skin
• Rashida Strober has written more books on dark skin than anyone in the world
• Rashida Strober has written more plays on dark skin than anyone in the world
• Rashida Strober is the creator of social commentary on dark skin
• Rashida Strober is the first actress to initiate performances on only dark skin
• Rashida Strober is the first debater to focus only on darkism and colorism
• Rashida Strober is the creator of the paradigm darkism
• Rashida Strober is the undisputed queen of dark skin as evidenced by a record that stems back to the year 1998.

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  • MyTribe T.V All Out Attack Reply

    💚💜💛💓

    March 7, 2019 at 9:55 pm
  • tanner122772 Reply

    what is "good hair"?

    March 7, 2019 at 9:55 pm
  • Leon Baker Reply

    Mental abuse ha lol

    March 7, 2019 at 9:55 pm
  • Leon Baker Reply

    She mad

    March 7, 2019 at 9:55 pm
  • stjepan Golub Reply

    RASHIDA STROBER is so SUPERIOR!!!

    March 7, 2019 at 9:55 pm
  • DARK SKIN TV rashida strober Reply

    The interview that brought colorism and darkism to the internet thats being stolen, plagiarized and copied by people on Youtube and TV https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mnvyOSBUOFE

    March 7, 2019 at 9:55 pm
  • Beautiful Mind Reply

    The crazy thing is, Rashida been married and engaged more times than most black women period. 😂

    March 7, 2019 at 9:55 pm
  • Amani TheGod Reply

    The guy is full of shit…..he is obsessed with white skin

    March 7, 2019 at 9:55 pm
  • Carlton Harris Reply

    She looks nice to me

    March 7, 2019 at 9:55 pm
  • The Hair Jewel of Interlock Reply

    He wants you to attack other BLack Women for swirling so he told you a fib about those Black Women placing death threats on Women like you. He wants Black Women to destroy one another because he is angy that DS Black Women didn't fall all over him when he was a little boy.

    March 7, 2019 at 9:55 pm
  • Professor What Reply

    HE KINGDOM OF THIS WORLD

    Carpentier

    Haiti

    Part I

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    Quadroons, Octoroons, Sacatra, and Griffe (page 72)

    These descriptions are used in The Kingdom of This World to identify individuals of varying mixtures of race. A Quadroon was half mulatto and half white, or one fourth black. An octoroon was the child of a quadroon and a white, so their blood was one fourth black at most. However, oftentimes any black blood in a person's lineage was enough to identify them as black, and/or a slave. A Griffe was half black and half mulatto, so they were at least three fourths black. A Sacatra was half Griffe and half black.

    Other identifications used included Metif (same as Octoroon), Meamelouc (half white and half Metif), Quarteron (half Meamelouc and half white), Sangmele (half quarteron and half white), and Mango (half Griffe and half black). This was the origin of the black stereotype "Sambo" – as Sambo was the word for a child of a mulatto and a black, or a Griffe child.

    March 7, 2019 at 9:55 pm
  • Professor What Reply

    Before 1930, individuals of visible mixed European and African ancestry were usually classed as mulatto, or sometimes as black and sometimes as white, depending on appearance. Previously, most states had limited trying to define ancestry before "the fourth degree" (great-great-grandparents). But, in 1930, due to lobbying by southern legislators, the Census Bureau stopped using the classification of mulatto. Documentation of the long social recognition of mixed-race people was lost.

    March 7, 2019 at 9:55 pm
  • Professor What Reply

    The one-drop rule was not adopted as law until the 20th century: first in Tennessee in 1910 and in Virginia under the Racial Integrity Act of 1924 (following the passage of similar laws in several other states).

    March 7, 2019 at 9:55 pm
  • Professor What Reply

    The 1860 Census Had Three Race Categories: White, Black and Mulatto

    March 7, 2019 at 9:55 pm

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